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Saturday 13 August 2016

☀☄ Soul Symmetry: Raven [3] - J.L. Weil

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Soul Symmetry, a Young Adult Paranormal Fantasy by (, Dark Magick Publishing, 236 pages).

This is the third and final book in the Raven series.

If you love the bite of Twilight, the emotion of Mortal Instruments, and the soul of the Iron Fey, you'll fall in love with the Raven series.

PREVIEW: Check out the book's synopsis and excerpt below. Read the first three chapters with Amazon Look Inside.

Author J.L. Weil will be awarding a $25 Amazon gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.

Synopsis | Trailer | Teaser | The Series | About the Author | Giveaway



War is coming. The veil between the living and the dead no longer exists. Evil is running rampant and the universe’s symmetry balances on my fingertips. No big deal. Of course, nobody knows how or when the hallows will strike, or who among us is a traitor.

Hordes of vengeful spirits are multiplying by the minute, closing in ranks. Zane is poised to strike, but it’s going to take more than his killer instincts, more than swords and shadows to vanquish the hallows back where they belong. Stakes are higher than ever, yet I am determined to protect those I care about—to save the world.

Restoring the veil isn’t as easy as a snap of my fingertips. Nothing worth fighting for ever is. Friendship and loyalties are tested to the limit, sacrifices of unimaginable proportions are made, but in the end, all that matters is whether I succeed or fail.

SOUL SYMMETRY is the highly anticipated conclusion in The Raven series. A YA paranormal romance full of love, betrayal, and enthralling supernatural world that will leave you starving for more.

Teaser: Excerpt


The boardwalk wasn’t a place you’d expect to find a reaper. Out in the open, for anyone to see, the slight morning sea-salt breeze blowing over his face. Not a soul had an idea that a harbinger of death was in its amidst, and they probably wouldn’t have believed it anyway.Humans rarely saw reapers for who they really were; the veil between the living and the dead aiding their true identity. But it was the four frowning hallows beside Heath that were the true concern. The ghosts walked freely among the living, plotting and planning revenge, destruction, and evil, carving a path of devastation.
     The five of them were discussing the events from the night before—the coronation. Proceedings hadn’t gone according to plan, but lately they hardly ever did. Not since the arrival of Piper Brennan.
     There was one thing they all agreed on…she needed to be eliminated.
     They slunk under the docks, away from the early stragglers—not that the tourists would have heard them. Heath, the overload of the Red Hawks, was a phantom reaper whose responsibility was to mark humans for death. His dark suit was newly pressed and stiff, like his personality.
     “Your plan failed, overlord,” hissed the hallow with shoulder-length blond waves. He stepped forward, letting the reaper know who was in charge.
     “Not entirely true,” Heath disagreed. “All is not lost. Actually, I don’t think things could have gone smoother.”
     The ghost angled his head in rapid, jerky movements. “How so?”
     “Death’s heir has fallen.” The shock had worn off, and Heath could see the advantage fate had dropped into his palms. He grinned, flashy a row of pearly teeth.
     “This aids us how?” asked the smallest of the four hallows, no inflection in his flat voice. Hallows didn’t feel emotions, other than rage.
     A flash of annoyance sparked in Heath’s silver eyes. He didn’t like being questioned. “The veil has been broken.”
     The four hallows nodded. “We felt it, but tell us something we don’t already know.”
     “I’m working out the details, but trust me, you’ll get what you was promised,” Heath said. “We all will.”
     “Trust?” a hallow echoed, distaste dripping.
     “You haven’t precisely proven to be dependable,” another commented, his ghostly outline standing out against the vivid blue ocean.
     Water lapped on the shore, leaving behind foam and shells under the dock, but Heath disregarded the rise and fall of the water as easily as he did the four hallows. “I’d wait and hear me out before you pass judgment.”
     The four hallows exchanged skeptic looks. “We’re listening,” replied the blond gravelly.
     “It’s about time, because I was beginning to wonder if I’d made a mistake.”
     A unified hiss erupted. Heath knew working with these chumps had its risks, but the thing about hallows was, they were disposable.And there were plenty more where they came from, eager to have a chance at revenge.
     As they gathered, a calculating plot began to unfold.
     “Your son? Can he be trusted?” asked the ghost of a woman who used to be called Felicity. Her eyes were so pale blue they were almost iridescent. They sharpened.
     Heath was steadfast in his conviction. “There is no question where my son’s loyalty lies. He will cooperate.” If he knew what was good for him, Heath added silently. Crash might be unpredictable, disappointing, and often lazy, but he was his blood and his heir. Heath knew the bitter taste of revenge well, and knew how it would fuel his son. Estelle’s death wouldn’t go unpunished. He swore it. And his son would do whatever it took, no matter what the costs. He would see to it personally.
     Felicity let a low grumble. “You sound confident. I wish we had the same assurance. He’s been seen sniffing around the White Raven since her arrival.”
     “You dare question me?” Heath’s voice was a dangerous whisper, the threat evident. “Remember who brought you here.”
     The four hallows exchanged silent glares of unease. It was the blond who cleared his throat. “We haven’t forgotten. We only want to ensure that there are no bumps in the road. Last night might have ended in our favor, but it could have easily been a disaster.”
     A blank look remained on Heath’s face, and his smooth Celtic accent never wavered. “My scouts will keep us informed. If she so much as sneezes, I’ll know about it.”
     “And when the time comes…”
     A crow squawked somewhere from above the mass of twinkling stars. Even with the roar of the surf, others listened in on the conversation with their keen supernatural abilities. Heath’s eyes shifted skyward, and the four vengeful spirits fluttered at the itch of trouble.
     A wicked grin spread across Heath’s lips. “Oh, you’ll know.”
     “We’re counting on you to not screw this up, overlord. The spirit world is flooding with souls ready for their chance to live again.”
     “I’ll do my part.” Heath glanced at his watch, impatience leaping in his eyes. “Spread the word, and wait for my command.”
     “You might have freed us, reaper, but we don’t answer to you.”
     “Just be ready,” Heath warned.
     The fun and games were over; it was time to get down to business.And Heath had the perfect plan.

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The Series: Raven

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White Raven [1]


It only took one heartbeat to change my life--one chilling phone call in the middle of the night.

And then, as if my life didn't already suck, my dad sends my brother and me to some idyllic island for the summer to live with a grandma we never met. WTH. Naturally, I rebel. In the end, I find myself shipped off to Raven Hallow...and bored to tears.

Until I get an eyeful of the mind-bendingly gorgeous Zane Hunter. The dark-hair cutie makes my pulse go bonkers, and I think, maybe this might not be so bad after all. Six feet of swoon inducing looks, with a hint of Celtic charm in his voice, he was the type of guy that left a string of broken hearts in his wake. And I had all the heartbreak I could handle.

Yet, there is something uncanny, almost supernatural about Zane, and it's not just his devastating smirk. No matter how much distance I put between us, Raven Hallow isn't big enough, and the sparking tension between is undeniable. Of course, the one person I want to avoid becomes my salvation.

My past comes back to terrorize me. Someone wants me dead, and the closer I get to the truth, the more I realize my whole life is a lie. I am no longer sure what is more frightening--the attempts on my life or the guy whose heart and soul are synchronized with mine.

[Published 27 March 2015, 291 pages]

Black Crow [2]


And I couldn’t help but feel it’s entirely my fault. There is no one else to blame.

I’ve quickly learned that being the White Raven isn’t easy. The dead are restless and angry, and I don’t know the first thing about being a banshee. Those around me will get hurt. To keep them safe, I must endure painful decisions.

Zane Hunter, the ultra-bad boy who stole my heart, is one of those difficult decisions. Our souls are synchronized, making us a compatible duo. Too bad I’m engaged to his brother.

My forbidden relationship with Zane is complicated. Deep down I want more than what my duty demands of me, what my family’s past has shaped for me.

Our problematic relationship only increases in tenfold when a surprise I never saw coming shows up in Raven Hallow, changing the game. I thought I had nothing left to lose…I was wrong.

Yeah, being a banshee isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be.

[Published 25 March 2016, 277 pages]

About the Author

Award-winning and Bestselling author J.L. Weil writes Teen & New Adult Paranormal Romances about spunky, smart mouth girls who always wind up in dire situations. For every sassy girl, there is an equally mouthwatering, overprotective guy. Of course there is lots of kissing. And stuff.

Most of her books are for ages 16+. They usually have what she considers the good stuff - sexual content (oh yeah) and swearing. You have been warned ;)

An admitted addict to Love Pink clothes, raspberry mochas from Starbucks, (yum!) and Jensen Ackles (double yum!). She loves gushing about books and Supernatural with her readers.

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